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The introduction, by Gideon Lewis-Kraus, is also worth a read., referencing Claude Lévi-­Strauss’s “Tristes Tropiques.” “‘Travel and travellers are two things I loathe — and yet here I am, all set to tell the story of my expeditions.’” Geoff Dyer in the NY Times writes about what makes a great documentary photograph and why these... If we think of anthropology as artisan craft–and I admit that may be difficult when surrounded by 7000 anthropologists in Chicago –it may help us realize that anthropology is far from doomed.

Pages: 336

Publisher: University of Utah Press (October 30, 2016)

ISBN: 160781496X

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